The Duke of Cambridge will visit Vietnam
Published 22 September 2016
The Duke of Cambridge will visit Vietnam from 17th – 18th November 2016 at the invitation of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to attend the third International Wildlife Trade Conference which will be hosted in Hanoi. The Duke, who is President of United for Wildlife, will also have the opportunity to engage with local people and leaders in conservation while visiting the country.
The Duke, along with The Prince of Wales and Prince Harry, attended the first IWTC in London in 2014.
Further details will be advised.
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